For the first time ever, Night of the Shorts, the live RiffTrax show from the 2013 SF Sketchfest, is available as a VOD (Video on Demand)! Watch Mike, Bill, Kevin, and an all-star crew of hilarious guest riffers take on seven classic less-than-educational shorts, filmed LIVE onstage at San Francisco’s Castro Theatre in January of this year, in all its gritty, low-light, shakey-cam glory!
Welcome Back Norman
Perc! Pop! Sprinkle! – with Cole Stratton (Pop My Culture Podcast) and Janet Varney (The Legend of Korra)
Choking: To Save a Life – with Kevin McDonald (The Kids in the Hall)
More Dangerous Than Dynamite – with Adam Savage (Mythbusters)
If Mirrors Could Speak – with Kristen Schaal (30 Rock, Bob’s Burgers, Flight of the Conchords)
At Your Fingertips: Cylinders – with Paul F. Tompkins (Best Week Ever, Mr. Show, Tangled)
From standup to television to his outrageously popular podcast, WTF with Marc Maron, this brutally honest comedian finds wisdom in the strangest places. One day he woke up to find himself fired from his radio job, surrounded by feral cats, and emotionally and financially annihilated by a divorce. He tried to heal his broken heart through minor-league hoarding, Viagra addiction, accidental racial profiling and shoplifting from Whole Foods, but nothing seemed to work. Maron’s new book, Attempting Normal, is a reflection on his journey back through the wilderness of his own mind, the journey of a sympathetic screw-up who’s trying really hard to do better without making a bigger mess. Most of us will relate.
“A startlingly honest, compelling and hilarious comedian-poet. Truly one of the greatest of all time.” – Louis C.K.
Friday, May 17, 7:00 pm
Prices: Standard $40/JCCSF Members $35
Premium $45/JCCSF Members $40
*A copy of Attempting Normal is included in the ticket price.
A fantastic comedic cast — Maya Rudolph, Laraine Newman, Jennifer Coolidge, Fred Willard, Dayle Reyfel, Roger Bart, Janeane Garofalo and Eugene Pack — prepare to take the stage and read from some hilarious famous tell-alls in Celebrity Autobiography at Marines’ Memorial Theatre on Saturday, February 9th, 2013. Photo by Tommy Lau.